A Google search operator that allows a user to restrict the search engine results to only those pages with the search terms specified in the webpage's title. For example, allintitle: virus definition will return only documents that contain the words "virus" and "definition" in the webpage title.

What is Allintitle and how to use it? In short, allintitle is Google Operator that returns a number of websites that use the specific term in their title. To use it you need to type in Google allintitle: keyword

Take the results of your “allintitle” searches to create groups of words based on competitiveness and then pick words from each group that will give you a nice balance of non-competitive and highly competitive words. SEO is an intricate process that takes time.

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